Tue 28 Feb 2006
Please remember to vote Tuesday and Wednesday. The polls will be open from 8 am until 8 pm both days. Any student can vote at any polling location on campus. A complete list of polling stations is available on the sidebar of this site (look on the right).
Remember to bring your Gator1 student ID.
Any student enrolled for at least 1 credit can vote. You don’t need to be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (international students welcome).
You can vote for me if:
- you have at least 60 credits
- your major is registered with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
If you have 0-30 credits, you’ll vote for the freshman seats. If you have 30-60 credits, you’ll vote for the sophomore seats. If you have 60 or more credits, you’ll vote in your undergraduate college. Graduate students will vote for the graduate seats, and professional students will vote for their professional school’s seat.
In addition to Senate seats, everyone votes for:
- Student Body President and Vice President
- Student Body Treasurer
- ballot iniative (online voting)
I would ask my supporters to also support all our Unite candidates and vote yes to true online voting.
So get out there and vote. Wear red — a Unite Party T-shirt, button, sticker, whatever. Post a flyer on your door. Write a note on your white board. Post a link in your away message. Remind your friends, roommates, classmates, clubmates, teammates, and everybody else to go vote.
Do your part. Participate. And we will win.
P.S. Just a friendly reminder: Unite’s Senate slate was endorsed by the Alligator. Woohoo!